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Knowledge Translation Strategy 2014

Knowledge Translation Strategy 2014

To explain the CLAHRC’s approach to implementation, this document has been produced and has been circulated to all study teams.
Knowledge Translation Strategy 2014
This document outlines our approach to doing applied health research – research that is designed to lead to an improvement in care. It is the ‘blueprint’ of our CLAHRC, and describes how our study teams work in coproduction with stakeholders and end-user communities, and rely on key individuals and wider communities to ensure that different knowledges are shared and included in the research.

A limited amount of printed copies are available if you would like to be sent one. Please email Emma.Rowley@nottingham.ac.uk with your name and address in order to receive a copy.
 
The accompanying discussion generator can be accessed through Implementing Change workshops, which are offered to all CLAHRC themes, studies and partners as part of the knowledge translation and capacity development work carried out by the CLAHRC. Please contact Emma Rowley to arrange this.

Knowledge Translation Strategy 2014